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Hugo Rifkind

Hugo Rifkind: I spy complete indifference towards being spied

28 September 2013

9:00 AM

28 September 2013

9:00 AM

Oh, but life’s easier if you’re American. Each and every last way the state meddles with your life is an outrage. Whether it’s forcing you to have health care, or denying you the right to own the gun that Al Pacino has in Scarface, or making you wear a seat belt, or taxing you, or threatening to silence your long-held and proudly defended right to put a pillowcase on your head and be a racist, Big Government is a villain.

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Hugo Rifkind is a writer for the Times. His My Week: The Secret Diaries of Almost Everyone is published by Robson Press.

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